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  • TaylorAnderson

    A trial date has been set for a 19-year-old Worthington man accused of forcing a 16-year-old Cobden girl to have sex with him. Taylor Anderson reportedly met the girl through a friend on Facebook. The …

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    06 Nov 13
  • Judge

    A Texas man accused of taking part in a drive-by shooting in Renville last year was sentenced to 120 days in jail and 5 years of probation in Renville County Court on Tuesday. A 3-year …

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    06 Nov 13
  • RandyDanielson

    The owner of part of New Ulm’s Marktplatz Mall made an appearance in court Tuesday on a misdemeanor theft charge, and was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Sibley County. Randy Danielson has been charged …

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    06 Nov 13
  • NUCityCouncil2

    The New Ulm City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance dealing with the penalties for liquor license violations. The city has a 2-tiered penalty system for businesses selling alcohol that do or do not participate …

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    06 Nov 13
  • Close-up of fresh snow on a windshield.

    Most of the snow that fell last (TUE) night stayed on the expected track, from the southwest corner of the state, across the Twin Cities, and into northern Wisconsin. Snowfall amounts varied widely across the …

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    06 Nov 13
  • EthanolPlant

    Green Plains Renewable Energy has reportedly purchased the BioFuel Energy facility in Fairmont. The ethanol plant has been closed for nearly 14 months. The Omaha-based Green Plains also purchased the BioFuel plant in Wood River, …

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    06 Nov 13
  • SpeedLimit65

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced that the posted speed limit on Highway 169 through the City of Belle Plaine will be increased from 55 to 65 miles-per-hour. The change is expected to take …

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    06 Nov 13
  • Deer

    The Minnesota firearms deer hunting season begins this Saturday morning, and the Department of Natural Resources says that it should be another good year for our state’s 500,000 licensed hunters. DNR Big Game Program Leader …

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    06 Nov 13